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I launched this website in late 2017. I wanted to share my knowledge about jaw pain in general: teeth grinding, clenching, restricted mouth openings, etc

It was soon clear that there was a place for the texts I wrote: in 2020, more than 100,000 people visited the website, far more than I could ever reach in my practice. I was therefore very driven to add content to the website.

Some of the most read articles are on the use of Magnesium supplements to reduce bruxing, the advantages of massages, the link with bruxism and acid reflux (‘GERD’), and how recreational drugs can cause issues in the jaw region.

In the coming months, we want to focus on:

Webinars and Live Q&A Sessions

Host regular online events where you share expert advice, latest research findings, and answer questions in real-time. This can help build your authority and connect with the community on a personal level.

Education Courses for Professionals

Offer courses or training modules for other physical therapists, dentists, or healthcare professionals interested in specializing in bruxism. This can help extend your reach and establish you as an expert in the field.

Stress Reduction and Mindfulness Programs

Since stress is a significant trigger for bruxism, offer programs focusing on stress management. These could be in the form of guided meditations, yoga sessions, or stress management workshops.

Customized Online Consultations

Offer personalized online consultations for individuals seeking specific advice and tailored treatment plans. This could include a detailed analysis of their symptoms, lifestyle, and stress management techniques.

App for Bruxism Management

Develop an app that helps users manage their condition. Features could include relaxation techniques, reminders to perform jaw exercises, stress management strategies, and a diary to track symptoms and triggers.

Online Support Groups

Facilitate a moderated online support community where individuals can share their experiences, tips, and support each other. This can foster a sense of belonging and encourage more people to seek your services.

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